Enjoy £25 Off Fun Summer Trips and Get More from your National Lottery Ticket with National Lottery Days Out

Go to the VisitBritain Shop to get £25 off hundreds of UK attractions


3 July 2023: To help make this summer fun-filled and affordable, The National Lottery is offering £25 towards great days out at hundreds of tourist attractions, immersive experiences and tours across the UK as well as West End theatre shows.


From 3 July 2023, National Lottery players can get more from their ticket by heading to the VisitBritain Shop at www.NationalLotteryDaysOut.com and entering the reference number from any National Lottery game (including draw-based games, Scratchcards and Instant Win Games) to redeem a £25 Days Out voucher.


Vouchers can be used to visit attractions close to home or further afield, and while savvy savers are making memories they will also be helping to support UK tourism.


From world-famous attractions, thrilling theme parks and iconic filming location tours to outdoor adventures, glorious gardens and animal encounters, there’s plenty on offer, including;

  • Aerospace Bristol Museum (from £19.50 per adult), a family-friendly interactive aerospace experience with the opportunity to step aboard the last Concorde ever to fly
  • Bear Grylls Adventure High Ropes (from £36 per adult) in the West Midlands, where dare devils can tackle 36 obstacles on the tallest high-ropes course in Europe
  • The Blackpool Tower Circus (from £16 per adult), the UK's biggest circus with adventurous acts from all around the world
  • Brighton i360 (from £19.95 per adult) for breathtaking 360-degree views across the south coast from the giant glass pod
  • The Bridgerton Bath Walking Tour (from £20 per adult) to discover the secrets of the Bridgerton filming locations including Lady Danbury’s house and the Featheringtons’ abode
  • The British Music Experience (from £17 per adult), Liverpool’s interactive family-friendly attraction uncovering the story of British Music through costumes, instruments, performance and memorabilia
  • Chessington World of Adventures Resort (from £34 per adult), home to 40 rides and attractions including the first-of-a-kind World of Jumanji themed land which launched in spring 2023 with three brand new rides
  • Edinburgh Castle (from £19.50 per adult), one of the most exciting historic sites in Western Europe, set in the centre of Scotland’s dynamic capital
  • The Game of Thrones Studio Tour (from £39.50 per adult) takes fans to the heart of Westeros and explores iconic sets such as the Winterfell and King’s Landing Great Halls
  • Hadrian's Wall Guided Tour (from £30 per adult) to discover the hidden archaeological gems of this World Heritage Site Wall in northern England with a local guide dressed in an authentic Roman era costume
  • Hampton Court Palace (from £26.30 per adult) in Surrey, England’s largest, grandest Tudor palace and home to the notorious Henry VIII
  • LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort (from £34 per adult) home to over 55 LEGO- and DUPLO-themed rides, live shows and attractions set in over 150 acres of parkland
  • Madame Tussauds London (from £36 per adult) where visitors come face-to-face with over 150 incredibly lifelike figures of the most popular and influential people in film, music and politics
  • Manchester City Stadium Tour (from £25 per adult) for a behind-the-scenes immersive experience celebrating Manchester City’s 2023 successes
  • Newcastle Castle (from £9.95 per adult) to explore the ancient passageways and chambers of this imposing Norman fortress – a rugged reminder of northern England’s turbulent history
  • The Royal Museums Greenwich Day Pass (from £27 per adult), offering entrance to attractions in the historic London borough including the Royal Observatory and the Cutty Sark
  • The Royal Yacht Britannia (from £18.50 per adult), a nautical Royal Residence based in Edinburgh that sailed the seas for over 40 years
  • The five RHS Gardens (ranging from £12.35 – £16.50 per adult) across the UK – RHS Garden Wisley in Surrey, RHS Garden Rosemoor in Devon, RHS Garden Bridgewater in Greater Manchester, RHS Garden Harlow Carr in North Yorkshire and RHS Garden Hyde Hall in Essex
  • A Seawake Anglesey Puffin Island Boat Trip (from £35 per adult) in Wales taking in the best of Anglesey’s wildlife and heritage on a thrilling 600bhp RIB tour
  • Yorkshire Wildlife Park (from £22.99 per adult) offering encounters with nearly 500 animals including over 60 different species – most of which are endangered or threatened in the wild
  • Whipsnade Zoo (from £28.50 per adult) in the Chiltern Hills, the UK’s largest zoo set in over 600 acres of the countryside with over 10,000 animals to observe and learn about and  London Zoo (from £31 per adult), the world-famous oasis in the heart of the capital home to just under 15,000 animals


Each week, National Lottery players raise £30 million for good causes all over the UK, supporting hundreds of fun days out at sites such as Hampton Court Palace, Dover Castle, HMS Belfast, Hillsborough Castle and Gardens and many more.


The National Lottery Days Out campaign is being run in collaboration with VisitBritain to support the domestic tourism industry.


Redemption: To claim a £25 off days out voucher with The National Lottery this summer, National Lottery players should visit www.NationalLotteryDaysOut.com to receive one of hundreds of thousands of vouchers available. The promotion is open to 18+ players of any National Lottery game, including Lotto, Euromillions, Set for Life, Thunderball, National Lottery Scratchcards and Instant Win games bought on or after 1 January 2023. Vouchers must be spent within seven days, are subject to availability and one voucher is valid per booking during the campaign period.


The money for this initiative comes from a National Lottery promotional fund. It is not being funded by money allocated for National Lottery Good Causes or by Camelot.




Notes to editors:

  • The promotion is subject to voucher availability. One voucher per booking. 18+ only. See www.NationalLotteryDaysOut.com for full terms and conditions
  • The National Lottery Days Out master campaign image can be downloaded here (link expires in seven days, please get in touch with the listed press contacts if you need it after this date)
  • Accompanying attraction images can be downloaded from the VisitBritain Asset Library ‘National Lottery Days Out Press Images’ album. Search for the name of the business that you are seeking images of within the album using the quick search bar
    • Registration to the VisitBritain Asset Library is required to access the album and download images. Register here then login and click on the link above
    • Required credits are included within the image information


About the VisitBritain Shop

  • The VisitBritain Shop is the official online shop of VisitBritain, the tourism agency for Britain, offering over 500 bookable experiences across the UK including attractions, immersive experiences, tours, theatre and travel tickets. For more information about VisitBritain/VisitEngland please visit www.visitbritain.org 


About The National Lottery 

  • The National Lottery raises more than £30 million for Good Causes every week and includes the funding of many iconic venues, historical landmarks and other amazing days out across the UK. Since The National Lottery’s first draw took place on 19 November 1994, more than £47 billion has been raised for Good Causes, with 670,000 individual grants being awarded in the areas of arts, sport, community and heritage. For more information, please visit www.national-lottery.co.uk



Louise Ferrall / Josie Self at the VisitEngland Press Office

Email: vepr@visitengland.org


India Dear at The National Lottery Press Office

Tel: 0207 632 5711 or Email: india.dear@camelotgroup.co.uk

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